On Friday at 7:59 p.m., Estherville Police were dispatched to 1228 First Ave. South in reference to a disturbance. During the course of the investigation it was determined that 56 year old James Rask had trespassed on the property. Rask was subsequently arrested and charged with Trespassing and Unlawful Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Rask was transported to the Emmet County Jail. Rask was later released on a $650.00 unsecured bond.
On Sunday at approximately 1:55 A.M. the Estherville Police Department were dispatched to Avera Holy Family Hospital in reference to a vehicle being taken from their parking lot. Upon arrival officers met with the female complainant who advised that her vehicle had been taken from the parking lot while she was assisting a family member in the hospital emergency room, the owner was also able to give a possible suspect in the theft.
Approximately 3 minutes later at 1:58 a.m.. Estherville Police were dispatched to 1739 First Avenue North in reference to a disturbance. At the apartment officers located a broken out window with blood on it. Inside the residence, officers located 27 year old Julio Barjas, of Estherville. Barajas was a suspect in the stolen vehicle investigation.
Barjas was transported to Avera Holy Family Hospital where he was treated for minor cuts. Upon completion of the investigation, Barjas was charged with operation without owners consent, operating while intoxicated, trespass, and criminal mischief in the third degree. Barjas was transported to the Emmet County Jail.
He later appeared in front of a magistrate and was released on an unsecured bond.
On Sunday at approximately 2:20 p.m. Estherville Police Arrested Trent Dean Hereen, age 21, on three arrest warrants.
The charges stem from a domestic assault investigation that began on July 23. Hereen was charged with domestic abuse assault, child endangerment, and false imprisonment. Hereen was transported to the Emmet County Jail. Hereen appeared in front a Magistrate and later posted bond and was released.